Page-18 of india-japan Current Affairs, GK & News
In a recent meeting between India’s National Security Advisor Shivshankar Menon and visiting Japanese Senior Vice-Minister of Defence Akinori Eto, both the nations discussed on the possibilities of expanding the defence ties, which will include joint development and production of defence equipment. It must be noted that Japan, which normally has strict rules prohibiting international ..
Month: Current Affairs - July, 2013
Prime Ministers of India and Japan have inked a joint statement directing officials of their countries to speed up the negotiations of an Agreement for Cooperation in the Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy. The statement didn’t fix any timeline and will take at least two years for its implementation. Talks on energy cooperation had virtually ..
Month: Current Affairs - June, 2013
Justice Radha Binod Pal- An important link b/w Indo-Japan foreign relations He was an Indian jurist who was a legal adviser to Indian government in 1927. He was dispatched to the Tokyo Trials in 1946 after he was appointed to the International Military Tribunal for the Far East’s trials of Japanese war crimes committed during the Second World War. Among all the ..
Month: Current Affairs - May, 2013
The Govt of India has nominated Babasaheb Neelkanth Kalyani (the Chairman and Managing Director of Bharat Forge Limited) as the Chairman of the India-Japan Business Leader’s Forum (IJBLF). India-Japan Business Leader’s Forum (IJBLF) Objective: Leveraging the trade and investment between India and Japan. Thus, guiding business developments between the two nations. The forum has 15 members ..
New Delhi (India) hosted the first India-Japan Maritime Affairs Dialogue. Both sides deliberated on issues of mutual interest, inter alia, maritime security including non-traditional threats, cooperation in shipping, marine sciences and technology, marine biodiversity and cooperation at various multilateral forums.
India and Japan have decided to strengthen cooperation in tourism sector. Both the nations will identify areas for collaboration and explore new avenues in tourism sector especially in the sphere of human resource development, exchange of tour operators, investment in the tourism sector and exchange of information related to tourism sector. Both the countries also ..